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Heart of darkness (1899) is a novella by polish-english novelist joseph conrad about a voyage up the congo river into the congo free state in the heart of africa charles marlow , the. Joseph conrad’s heart of darkness the display of victorian values in a context of crisis - anna buchroth - hausarbeit - anglistik - literatur - arbeiten publizieren: bachelorarbeit.
It’s time to stop using joseph conrad’s ‘heart of darkness’ as a guidebook for the congo the nearly 3,000-mile-long congo river remains an economic and cultural feature of the country. Heart of darkness reflects western views of the time in conrad's world there was the civilized and the uncivilized africa and africans represented the uncivilized world which, in conrad's.